The owner of French contemporary fashion brands plans to use funds from the listing to pay off debt and fuel international expansion.
Trading of shares in the contemporary French fashion company is slated for Oct. 24.
A sign of confidence in its own business, the company’s filing also raised questions about the staying power of accessible fashion brands over the longer term.
An IPO would help SMCP further its global expansion plans.
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The investment firm, which targets retail-focused brands in the affordable-luxury segment, wants to develop the label in France and overseas.
The Parisian chic contemporary label notched gains with last year’s influencer-infused road trip and has built on the concept for a new spin this year.
The luxury conglomerate has appointed Julie Bercovy, its deputy head of mergers and acquisitions, to head LVMH Luxury Ventures.
The fund purchased a 70 percent stake in the French shirtmaker from EPI group.
Key figures gathered to hash out industry challenges at the Paris-based event, backed by France’s Ministries of Culture and Industries.